Can you see me? I’m long and chubby. I live inside a large hotel that moves all the time. I’m a colon bacillus I live on the middle floor of the hotel. Inside the dark and curvy large intestine of yours!
Woongjin Thinkbig / 270 x 215 / 44 pages
World except Korean, Complex Chinese, Simplified Chinese & Indonesian
The story of grass on the golf field. The grass and their friends are happy with their life. Once day when they wake up, the grass notices that all the friends are gone, and that it has been cut and trimmed by humans. A powerful book about the impact of humans’ actions and capitalism on the world around us.
“I’m Invisible. I can’t speak nor play with anyone. I don’t know when it started, but I turn invisible when I come to school.” Until one day our hero decides after much hesitation to overcome his fear and picks up the eraser on the ground – and his hand appears.
The holiday season has arrived! Jim and his dad are on their way to the seaside. But the ride is long for young Jim is getting bored. Are we there yet? Maybe Dad could tell a story to make the journey go faster? How about the story of a goat and the goose on their way to the seaside! By the author and illustrator of I STILL NEED ALL OF IT!
A girl tells her dad that when she grows up she will look after him. She will build robots that tidy his socks and she will be his wings when he is down. A picture book that introduces the idea of caring for others. Sequel to MUMMY ARE YOU COMING?
Hollie lives with her grandmother in a small Swedish town. Her parents are on the road a lot and she dreams of a real family life. When she meets Fox things start changing. Hollie now has a real friend. But Hollie misses her parents and Fox longs for the forest. It cannot go on like that and Hollie decides to do something.
After hearing the delightful song of a nightingale, the king demands from his servants to bring the bird to his palace. But once caged, the bird won’t sing any more although the king makes every imaginable effort. It takes the words of the wise man to make the king understand just what the bird was missing. A plea for tolerance and freedom.
Bully-Fish was always looking to spoil other fishes’ games. He was even stealing his friends’ baits and calling his friends names. Bully-Fish wanted to feel STRONG! A strong picture book about bullying written by psychologist Büşra Tarçalır Erol.
In the forest there is an apple tree and all the animals are drawn to its juicy apples. But how can they collect them? Along the story, we see how nine different animals plans to pick these apples and come up with funny ideas, only to discover that the apples have already been collected by someone else! A humorous wordless picture book about sharing.
There was a king who had an ugly beard named Blue Beard. One day from the top of his tower he saw a wedding and decided to get married too – then started a search for bride. A series of classics tales with a modern twist.